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1976 Honda Cb on 2040-motos

US $2,900.00
YearYear:1976 MileageMileage:2

Long Beach, California, United States

Long Beach, California, United States
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Honda CB description


$300 TO WA, OR, AZ, NV

1976 Honda CB360 T
2,566 miles and even comes with the original owner's manual!

Open to offers while the auction is live! So if you'd like to make one before the conclusion of the auction please feel free to do so. We also have it for sale locally so the auction can be cancelled without notice should it be sold locally.

Only one owner has owned this bike since it was bought new in Fond Du Lac, WI in 1976! It was barely ridden in the summer time each year until he stopped riding it altogether in 1981, putting it under a cover in his garage where he pulled it out just 2 months ago to get it going again. He subsequently decided it just wasn't for him at his age (he's nearly 70) and chose to sell it.

The tires are the original Bridgestone Super Speeds from 1976!

All parts are original aside from the battery (new Yuasa), spark plugs & plug boots (new NGK), engine oil, mirrors, clutch lever, brake lever and fuel lines.

Front end was also disassembled, all old fork oil drained out / refilled with new oil and the old oil seals were replaced.

Carburetors were cleaned out and rebuilt, ignition timing checked and adjusted. The chain was also lubed and adjusted. Front brake was taken apart and rebuilt but it's still sticky. All works pretty well, but this bike could use some additional love. Tires still have plenty of tread but I don't know that I'd go riding it long term with 40 year old tires!

Electric start motor could use a cleaning as it is gummed up and only works intermittently. Starts on the first or second kick every time though even when it's cold though so I haven't bothered with it.

All the chrome is really nice, original pipes are nearly flawless. All original factory paint on everything. Tank has a small dent and some scratches but it is over 40 years old so it's still in great shape for it's age.

Right side cover is cracked as you can see in the pictures but those pop up here on Ebay all the time. There is one listed right now NOS still in the plastic for $150:

Original factory seat is all but perfect with no tears. Pictures speak for itself!

Any questions feel free to ask and happy bidding!

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